|D000435||Alcoholic Intoxication NIH||1.00|
|D000428||Alcohol Drinking NIH||0.45|
There is one clinical trial.
The Primary objective is to explore ambulance service attendance at incidents involving alcohol and/or substance use over the period of the pandemic lockdown, and the following months. This will be to determine prevalence and explore factors such as patient gender, age, ethnicity or location. Analysis will examine the calls over the course of the year prior to the lockdown, and then compare this to the period of lockdown and following months.
Description: Counts of attendances for alcohol and drug use by the East Midland's Ambulance Service over the time period. This will be a number per day of people attended.Measure: Attendances for alcohol and drug use Time: Full data set 23/03/2019 compared to 22/03/2021 to look at interruption (lockdown) in the time series.
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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